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CNN
Nov 16, 2013 11:30am PST
children have been found. investigators say the mcstays were killed, buried in a shallow grave near los angeles. and joseph mcstay's brother michael said this is not the news the family was hoping for. >> it's been a tough road. so we would ask that you would, you know, give the family members their space. and let us go through the grieving process. >> the mcstay family went missing from their home back in 2010. their car was found near mexico days later. >>> all right. so how does a man convicted of rape not go to jail? that's what his victim wants to know, hear from her next. [ taps baton ] [ dings ] ♪ [ male announcer ] every thought... every movement... ♪ ...carefully planned, coordinated and synchronized. ♪ performing together with a single, united purpose. ♪ that's what makes the world's leading airline... flyer friendly. ♪ ♪ hooking up the country whelping business run ♪ flyer friendly. ♪ trains! they haul everything, safely and on time. ♪ tracks! they connect the factories built along the lines. and that means jobs, lots of people, making lots and lots of thing
SFGTV2
Nov 15, 2013 4:30pm PST
how to have more vandals. first, as those watercolors and generally speaking he leaves los angeles and goes to brifrltd ton his mother had died and the bed-and-breakfast he took over and established a studio and had room for visitor and began portraying the fields of his summers. this was where he used to work when he was a young man 18-years old. it's the fields he's scattered his mothers ashes in. he maintenance a home in california but he's back to first things and back to a painting. over and over again he's trying to find ways for advantages. it's a series of watercolors and goes to the same place and one summer he does a series of water paintings. this is 6 o'clock no longer and this is 10 in the morning. he wanted to do bigger pictures and almost always when he has a body of work it's please a particular master at the constable made of english landscapes. which we couldn't have been making in english landscapes. if you think that about you is a canvas it will blow away but to do them in the landscape and he develops an idea of having multiple can have you seen and a working
CBS
Nov 15, 2013 5:30pm PST
" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. two weeks after a gunman opened fire at los angeles international airport questions are being raised this evening about the police response and whether a critically wounded t.s.a. officer might have been saved. the union representing the airport police is suggesting that an l.a.p.d. cop delayed medical aid by erroneously reporting that the officer was already dead. senior correspondent john miller is the former head of counter- terrorism at the l.a.p.d. and he's been looking into this. john, what have you learned? >> reporter: what we learned tonight, scott, is that the l.a.p.d. says it will launch an investigation into the allegations by the airport police union. the union is charging that fire at ®i6hpwm., police say 23- year-old paul ciancia opened fire on t.s.a. officer gerardo hernandez at the bottom of an escalator leading to the t.s.a. checkpoint in terminal three. the shooting ended about five minutes later when airport police shot the gunman four times deep inside the terminal. according to the airport police union in the midst of the chao
CSPAN
Nov 16, 2013 3:00am EST
month before this tragic incident occurred. it was signed my the president of the los angeles peace officer association and the president of the port authority association. in a response dated october 12, 2012 john pistole agreed both merited further discussion. i request the committee include the airport police officer letter and ad ministration john pistole letter. the fix post method requires a police station to be stationed at the passenger screening checkpoint. the flexible response method allows the police to roam the surrounding area but they are recognize to respond to a problem within a specified program. the letter explained it is impossible for a police officer to respond to a problem with the officer is responding for patrolling an entire terminal. the letter recommends this be a standard for all major airports and would require an officer within 300 feet. lax police officers did provide fix post and roaming police officers at the time the letter was written. and last april, six months after john pistole agreed to discuss the issue, a discussion was made to wave the fixe
Univision
Nov 16, 2013 5:00am PST
se quieren ver bien. aquÍ en los angeles, en el lugar de la tercera edad, hay una que me quiere, vamos haber por quÉ. cÓmo estÁn? lucÍa! >> soy yo. >> cÓmo estÁn? >> alberto. >> el placer es suyo o mÍo? de los dos. es su novio o esposo? >> su novio. no quiere casarse. >> es muy bien,tiene muchas posibilidades, yo tambiÉn soy soltero. ya le he dado besos a todos mundo. >> eres de espaÑa? yo soy de argentina. >> arriba argentina. es su marido? >> ya me quiero buscar otro, pero... >> aquÍ hay muchas posibilidades como no cierra la puerta a nada. quÉ busca en su siguiente marido? >> algo mejor. >> hemos venido a darte una sorpresa, nos han dicho lucÍa que eres la mÁs querida por tu marido. vamos! ♪ lo que hemos hecho es poner una base lÍquida, luego el rosita,lÍquido tambiÉn, crema,no polvos. luego,hemos marcado las cejas. es importante, el mismo tinte que use en el pelo, tambiÉn lo use en las cejas. hay labiales que son fijos, que no se van. >> eso es lo que me gustarÍa. >> no se va. >> bueno, listo. ♪ >> estÁ preciosa! >> dile lo guapa que estÁ! >> me vas a
CSPAN
Nov 15, 2013 7:29pm EST
is to say los angeles isn't a 19th century city. it's a mid-20th century city. it's a city that's strung out. it's not a city that's like chicago is from the park. where you have rings of avenues accessing it it. so people don't have ta clear identification with a single institution. people have identifications with multiple institutions. they don't have the benefit that they are being multigenerational with it. so it's going to sound terrible, but it maybe it's a bit more retail in los angeles. i don't mean exchange of money. it's much more about visits. it's not about integrating that institution yet into one's own narrative and life and family life. >> you get a sense of that by the exhibition where there's a lot of w
CSPAN
Nov 15, 2013 7:59pm EST
's going to sound terrible, but it maybe it's a bit more retail in los angeles. i don't mean exchange of money. it's much more about visits. it's not about integrating that institution yet into one's own narrative and life and family life. >> you get a sense of that by the exhibition where there's a lot of wonderful retail architecture. thank you. it's been my pleasure to chat with you. >>. [ applause ] >>> coming up tonight on c-span 3, a senate hearing on nsa surveillance programs. after that from the atlantic council, a preview of the upcoming nato conference in britain. >>> and later a senate hearing on employers who commit fraud by not paying payroll taxes. >>> now the warm sun and the kindly rain have brought crops. they are beginning to bend as a sign of ripeness. he strives into the field of gold and grain and takes a few for testing. he crushes the heads between his hands until the grain is separated. >> agriculture was a devil's bargain. we began by domesticating wheat and that's the way we always talk about it, but the fact is we domesticated us in some ways. we gave up the
Al Jazeera America
Nov 15, 2013 7:00pm EST
that affects consumers. let's go to the university of southern california public policy in los angeles. they're allowing these policies to exist and they're not going to be canceled. what does it mean for consumers in the end? >> well, there is a real question whether the president's state policy will have a meaningful affect, whether or not the policy can be implemented. the national association of insurance commissioners have come out and said we don't know how this is going to work. more over, we view having a different sets of rules going into the marketplace that is detrimental to the overall system. >> would you agree there are those who say, look, the best course is to just stay the course. every plan for the benefit of everybody must have these requirements, the ten requirements that were in the piece we just saw, in the end that's better for everyone because then it makes the system work faster? >> well, there is certainly an argument to be made in that along those lines. i don't believe it's clearcut. the argument in favor is that if we had very bear bones plans, the healthy people
PBS
Nov 16, 2013 12:00am PST
tavis: good evening. from los angeles, i am tavis smiley. charlie parker. his life was one of the most turbulent. the new book is called "kansas city lightning, the life and times of charlie parker your co- were glad you could join us. with stanleyn crouch, coming up. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: just great charlie harker's reef but brilliant live comes to full focus in this important tome by cultural critic and jazz historian stanley crouch titled "kansas city lightning, the life and times of charlie parker." stanley crouch joins us now from new york. first, a look at the great charlie parker in concert, from 1951. >> they say music speaks louder than words. ♪ tavis: stanley, i'm glad to have you on. that missed our by asking why, given his huge impact, that so little has been written about charlie parker? >> a lot of what has been written is basically what they call urban legends these days. which means exaggerations and fraud. tavis: why exaggeration and fraud about charlie parker? see, he provides for the average
PBS
Nov 15, 2013 4:00pm PST
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SFGTV
Nov 15, 2013 9:30pm PST
wouldn't change, however, it triggers the remit that the commission los angeles county the separation of towers my ground level and bulk limitations. the revisions need to have the dwelling empower looked at. i'll be happy to discuss the variance in further daily but in conclusion the staff recommends this. the goals and objectives to concentrate dense urban context with the walking area. it's consistent with the overall transit center plan. we've received no communications or objections to this entitlement. that concludes my presentation and i'm available for questions >> thank you. project sponsor please. good evening good afternoon, commissioners i'm bob and i'm veil we're here on behalf of the reality. and we've got an architect here and our attorney >> i need to speak into this one. thank you in your packets there are things in your packets that i'll briefly review. sometimes it's good with the end in mind. this gives an image of 3 hundred and 50 feet and the nylon u underground parking shown and the red is our locations and the yellowish i am sorry are the new housing and the
SFGTV
Nov 16, 2013 3:30pm PST
interested in the designated areas and you quoted los angeles. this is something that i think there might be some real viable options and solutions here. so, thank you, next i would like to call up dr. campos, supervisor campos. >> you can call me anything you like. thank you very much and again i would like to thank my colleagues for this item. another thing i wanted to ask mta and i had a couple of questions in terms of the gain here. i'm glad he's involved and talk together coalition which i think has some very good ideas. but, how do you define success with this pilot? you know to the extent that the idea is to move vehicles from one neighborhood to another, what's your definition of success? >> well, that's a very difficult question to answer, but i would answer it by saying, the residues of san -- residents of san francisco are the best to suggest how the vehicles impact their quality of life. if when we reach a point where there are very few complaints brought to our attention about the negative impact, i would surmise that those vehicles remaining are located to places that are l
SFGTV2
Nov 15, 2013 5:00pm PST
pleasure to introduce today's master of ceremony, he is a legendary los angeles and oakland raiders wide receiver, 1987 heisman trophy winner from notredame and the national chairman for 911 welcome number 81, tim brown. [ applause ] >> thank you very much. elise. she left out number 81 in your program but number one in your heart she left that part out. so it is a pleasure to be here today. we are here to recognize two outstanding 911 youth heroes and four incredible 911 dispatch heroes. these youngsters acted with bravely and confidence, and in an imagine crisis situation and helped to save the lives of their loved ones. our 4, 911 dispatch heroes worked behind the scenes in cooperation with law enforcement and fire and emergency medical response, the men and women who answer this call each day are the true first responders when a emergency strikes which can often make the difference between life-and-death between people in need. they are truly real heroes. please join me in welcoming the director of san francisco management lisa hofmann. [ applause ] >> thank you, tim and thank you el
SFGTV2
Nov 15, 2013 5:30pm PST
, part of los angeles will be in the bay area. >> for better or worse. >> yes. >> this is a tough question. >> those other ones weren't tough. >> this is a really easy challenge. are the smaller ones less stress? >> yes. the amount released in small earthquakes is that they are so small in you need many of those. >> i think would you probably have to have maybe hundreds of magnitude earthquakes of 4.7. >> so small earthquakes are not making our lives better in the future? >> not anyway that you can count on. >> i have heard that buildings in san francisco are on rollers and isolated? >> it's not true. it's a conventional foundation like almost all the circumstances buildings in san francisco. >> the trans-america was built way before. it's a pretty conventional foundation design. >> i have heard about this thing called the triangle of life and up you are supposed to go to the edge of your bed to save yourself. is there anything of value to that ? >> yes, if you are in your room. you should drop, cover and hold onto something. if you are in school, same thing, kitchen same thing.
CNN
Nov 16, 2013 10:00am PST
their san diego home, they were discovered closer to los angeles. it doesn't match up. >> and away from the vehicle. >> reporter: miles from the vehicle and home. if that grainy video was the family crossing to mexico, there's so many questions that remain unanswered in this investigation, which is why the family is sort of scratching their heads. they still don't have full closure. >> it is terribly heart breaking. thanks for bringing that to us, nick valencia. if you want to learn more about it, go to cnn.com. >>> in a minute, i talk to a city council member from toronto among the council that decided to remove powers from this mayor. >>> all right, back to toronto where the city council has moved to strip mayor rob ford of some of his key powers. the action came after the mayor admitted to smoking crack cocaine, going on drinking binges. ford also defended himself against sexual harassment allegations and shocked canadians by making lewd comments in front of cameras. >> the last thing was olivia gop beck, that i wanted to eat her [bleep]. i never said that in my life to her, i would
KICU
Nov 15, 2013 11:00pm PST
was shot and killed died from a single gunshot wound to the stomach. the los angeles coroner's office made the announcement today after an autopsy. police say 78-year-old joseph gotto may have interrupted a home burglary when he was shot. t joseph gotto's son mike gotto is a democrat who represents los angeles in the california assembly. so far police have not announced an arrest or suspects in this case. >>> the city council of toronto voted overwhelmingly today to strip the mayor of some powers. mayor rob ford has admitted to buying and using illegal drugs and driving drunk but he has refused to step down. the city has no legal way to remove him unless he has been convicted of a crime. ford says he plans to run for reelection. >>> china has announced a major change to his unpopular one child policy. this is the first significant change in nearly 30 years. the communist government says parents can have a second child if one of the parents is an only child. couples living in rural areas are allowed two children if their first born is a girl. china's birthrate has falling and the country
FOX
Nov 15, 2013 10:00pm PST
a single gunshot wound to the stomach. the los angeles coroner's office made the announcement today after an autopsy. police say 78-year-old joseph gotto may have interrupted a home burglary when he was shot. t joseph gotto's son mike gotto is a democrat who represents los angeles in the california assembly. so far police have not announced an arrest or suspects in this case. >>> the city council of toronto voted overwhelmingly today to strip the mayor of some powers. mayor rob ford has admitted to buying and using illegal drugs and driving drunk but he has refused to step down. the city has no legal way to remove him unless he has been convicted of a crime. ford says he plans to run for reelection. >>> china has announced a major change to his unpopular one child policy. this is the first significant change in nearly 30 years. the communist government says parents can have a second child if one of the parents is an only child. couples living in rural areas are allowed two children if their first born is a girl. china's birthrate has falling and the country needs to increase it's young
FOX
Nov 16, 2013 7:00am PST
start. tracking rain chances in the five-day. >> the los angeles police department is launching an internal investigation into claims that an officer delayed medical treatment to the tsa officer killed this month in the lax shooting. he bled for 33 minutes before the ambulance was able to take him. the officer is a accused of telling others that hernandez was already dead. the union said that an airport officer later detected a light pulse and took him to paramedics. >>> we have a follow up to a story we reported on yesterday morning on two. investigators are trying figure out what kind of bird got stuck in the engine of a jet at the airport. the plane was headed to dallas when the strike caused it to make an emergency landing . none of the 193 were hurt. the plane had just taken off when it hit that bird. >> it was pretty scary. yes, yeah, it was a huge noise and we didn't know what was happening. then the pilot gave us some information. >> airport officials say bird strikes are a probably this time of year with migrating birds. they have used traps, sirens and even shot bird
ABC
Nov 15, 2013 11:35pm PST
of yours, a player for the los angeles kings. >> good one, too. if you know. i wouldn't know. >> jimmy: he is injured now. >> yes, yes. >> jimmy: dating an athlete, i imagine it causes problems. now all the other guys you're interviewing, yeah, she'll jump over the fence? >> it doesn't cause any sort of problems. you know who set us up. michael strahan, a very good record the he set up angie harmon and jason seahorn. >> jimmy: married a long time. >> batting 1-1. i never would have allowed terry bradshaw. >> jimmy: no, no, no. terry bradshaw, you would have gotten somebody toothless. >> i do have some one toothless. he is great. everything is going well. try to keep my mouth shut analyzing anything in his sports world. i am a big help in fantasy football. dominating the league for the los angeles kings. >> jimmy: any americans on the team, the kings. >> yes, the goalie and the captain. come to a game. >> jimmy: that's it. you advise him on which players to select in his fantasy draft? >> i am not allowed to help him. i'm not going to date a loser. i need him to win. i'm the general manager
Al Jazeera America
Nov 15, 2013 9:30pm EST
... >> chicago... >> nashville... >> los angeles... >> san francisco... >> al jazeera america, take a new look at news. >> start with one issue education... gun control... the gap between rich and poor... job creation... climate change... tax cuts... the economy... iran... healthcare... it goes on and on... ad guests on all sides of the debate. and a host willing to ask the tough questions and you'll get... the inside story theses are strait forward conversations, no agenda, just hard hitting debate on the issues that matter to you ray suarez hosts inside story only on al jazeera america >> by 2010, california's prisons held close to 160,000 inmates - almost double the state's capacity. >> governor brown's response: something he called "realignment" - the transfer of low-level offenders to county jails. >> that's the whole point of realignment. it's not just the shift of money but of activities - probation will be handled... well not all... but to a significant degree by judges and probation departments and by district attorneys. >> and so what criminal justice realignment set out to do was to
Al Jazeera America
Nov 16, 2013 12:30am EST
... >> los angeles... >> san francisco... >> al jazeera america, take a new look at news. determining using some sort of subjective interpretation of their policy as to whether or not your particular report was actually abusive, because if it doesn't contain language that specifically threatens you directly or is targeted towards you specifically, they may not consider it abuse. they may consider it offensive. and in that case they just recommend that you block that person. >> i don't want to minimise this, because i mean, there's some really horrible things that are on line, and it's not - it's not just twitter, what has happened through social media and the anonymity of the net is that you see websites, hate-filled websites targetting all sorts of groups, popping up. there has been a huge number of those that exist as well. >> every morning from 5 to 9am al jazeera america brings you more us and global news than any other american news channel. find out what happened and what to expect. >> start every morning, every day, 5am to 9 eastern with al jazeera america. >> al jazeera america brin
CSPAN
Nov 16, 2013 4:15pm EST
friends who was on the stand. a distinguished criminal lawyer from los angeles. after a year or so of criticism, joe was a price the guy and he called the up the chief and said that, you know, they are smashing our report and what can we do about it. the chief said that need to be gone. history will prove us right. if years have passed and i would like to think that history has proved us right. but i'm enough of a realist to know that 50 years from now we will have another panel. [laughter] and most of us won't be here. so i think that once we can help investigation and say that the commission ignored this, dr. childs in his book said that the commission ignored the testimony of a deaf mute the testified that he saw a person with a rifle behind a white picket fence should a president. now, who can ignore the testimony of a deaf mute? i ask you. >> but he didn't say that backing for it. and when people went to the place where he saw what he saw, it was evident that he came back with another theory in the 1970s and the 1980s and i think that particular failure commission was impossib
CSPAN
Nov 15, 2013 8:59pm EST
the attorney-client privilege to the identity of an undercover officer in a gang in los angeles to any number of reasons why governments legitimately keep secrets that are subject to oversight in a classified manner, either through the oversight of their executive branch or legislative branch or in some cases the judicial branch. thus, while i fully support the overarching sentiment that underlies much of the bill that is before you, that is, the idea that we can and should seek to increase transparency with respect to the nsa surveillance programs, i think that we have to do so in a calibrated way, one that takes into account what the end goal of transparency in this circumstance is. now, i would submit that the end goal here is greater oversight, greater audit, greater assurance that the nsa and other intelligence community activities are acting in conformance with the laws that set them out and not in ways that are in violation of those laws. to my mind the right answer to the questions you are asking is how will the transparency you're advocating advance that goal? with that in mind, my s
PBS
Nov 15, 2013 8:00pm PST
answer to retain. in los angeles make them up as our tea don't forget to tune in to rt on november eighteen nineteen and twenty anti tax the documentary in its entirety and find out what makes larry thinking of interviews. matt does it for now from around the stories become or go to youtube dot com slash arts in america check out our website. rt downturns like usa can also follow me on twitter had an ear and even see right back here again. in. the yours the u. why will will will this line. trying to sell the management officials in the philippines have spent the week may seem to help communities hit by a tight pair of high and now they've shed new light on the scale of devastation. they must survive a still don't have a roof over their hands officials say three thousand six hundred and one people and contents dense and one thousand one hundred and seventy nine missing. about one point eight seven million people out there and that
ABC
Nov 15, 2013 5:30pm PST
news, los angeles. >> and up next here tonight, a story we simply love. a conspiracy of kindness by an american city pulling together to make a five-year-old boy's wish come true. so many kind hearted and creative strangers were saved today by the newest and tiniest super hero bat kid. abc's aditi roy has the story. in big hearted san francisco. >> reporter: san francisco under siege this morning. >> we begin this morning's broadcast with breaking news from san francisco's hall of justice. >> please caped crusader, we need you. and bring the bat kid. >> reporter: the bat call went out. and a pint sized kid crusader arrived in the bat mobile. it's bat kid. bat kid to the rescue. while an estimated 13,000 people gathered to cheer him on. the mini super hero has battled evils before. behind the mask is five-year-old miles scott, a leukemia survivor from tulelake, california, diagnosed at 18 months, just finished his last chemotherapy treatment in june. and had an ambitious dream. >> be batman. >> reporter: the make a wish foundation made it happen. thousands responded and set up fak
ABC
Nov 15, 2013 6:00pm PST
:00 fourth ranked stanford versus usc in los angeles we'll have highlights about 8:30 on lexus after the game. abc7 sports brought to you by orchard supply hardware. usc is playing well now. >> yes. >> they're coming on strong. i know. >> it's heard. >> yes. good reason for concern. they'll be all right. >> yes. >> stanford will. >> yes. >> make that clear. >> yes. >> join me tonight at 9:00, new help for people having problems with obamacare. the bay area programmers have created a tool to help you deal with that troubled web site. >> then tonight at 11:00 your salary isn't much of a secret anymore whochlt knows how much money you make, and who they're telling. >> and then, a look at prime time line up for you. last man standing, i the neighbors, shark tank and 2020 featuring an investigation of a couple dubbed landlords from hell. >> finally here tonight words about what matters what a big day for miles scott the 5-year-old battling leukemia. san francisco his city today, ruling streets as a super hero the bat kid saved a damsel in distress, rescued lucille at at and t park and make a wish
CBS
Nov 15, 2013 5:00pm PST
are learning tonight the los angeles tsa officer killed by an airport gunman didn't receive immediate medical attention help because a police officer said he was already dead. a lone gunman opened fire on it. sa agents just two weeks ago at l.a.x. killing 39 tsa officer gerardo hernandez. he did not receive medical attention for 33 minutes because an lapd officer told responders hernandez was dead. this week on capitol hill, tsa authorities say it took too long for help to get on the scene. >> he goes back to shoot officer hernandez, uhm, the second time, there are literally passengers laying on the floor right by him. so clearly, five minutes was too long in this case so that's something we're looking at in the review. >> there is no indication whether hernandez would have survived if emergency crews had made it to him sooner. >>> safeway comes to the rescue of river glen school in san jose. today it donated 31 ipads to replace those that were stolen. someone stole the ipads along with more than 2 dozen laptops. the school is replacing the laptops but not the ipads because they were purchase
MSNBC
Nov 16, 2013 2:00am PST
in los angeles. let me start tonight with this. the political right in this country has reached a new low, as i said. it has shown from the beginning that president obama doesn't deserve the decency accorded other american presidents. his enemies have called him an illegal immigrant, a street corner con artist, a fraud, a manchurian candidate brought to this country to undermine all we stand for. well, now dick cheney comes right out and calls him a liar when a right wing back bencher did that's four years ago he was called out for rebuke even by his own party. now what was condemned as historic bad behavior comes snarling out of dick cheney's mouth and nobody says to shut up. we can argue as we do here about the problems implementing the affordable care act. but is this, calling the president a liar, the new language of american politics? or is it a language specially treated for the country's first african-american president? is this president of a lower caste than those elected to the office before. or those on the right even believe he is the legitimate president of the united states.
PBS
Nov 16, 2013 12:30am PST
, in our report of kqed since, we look how silicon valley is going to space. 100 miles north of los angeles in the dusty desert town, the world's first commercial rocket ship is gearing up to launch with astronauts to the edge of space. no, this isn't a movie, it's real. >> for 50 years, the space is domain of russian astronauts, chinese astronauts. what we want to do is make space available and open to other people. >> but to experience the thrill of a few minutes of weightlessness, you have to pay $250,000 for a 2.5 hour ride 60 or so miles above earth. sure, it's a luxury, but virgin galactic thinks that price will fall eventually. >> in long term, i think the price will come down around suv price point you get down to the level. it's still expensive but i think a lot of people would be willing to do it once in their lives. >> since billionaire richard branson founded it in 2005, more than 600 people placed deposits for the first commercial super sonic flight and they are scheduled to lift off in 2014. today it's ranging from space tourism to mining the moon, filled by the risk taking st
KOFY
Nov 15, 2013 9:00pm PST
this is los angeles news. >> move on to something that is going well. come up next. celebrity who have been following bat kid today. >> way to go miles. way to save gotham. >>reporter: from the white house to hollywood you will see how social media has helped to heal some old rivalry. >> and the new circumstances sole show running san francisco through january 12. tomorrow we take you inside the big top for an exclusive look at how the performer get ready for the show. our special unlock the mystery of circus d'soleil back stage it airs tomorrow at 10:00 p.m. over on abc when our little girl was born, we got a subaru. it's where she said her first word. (little girl) no! saw her first day of school. (little girl) bye bye! made a best friend forever. the back seat of my subaru is where she grew up. what? (announcer) the subaru forester. (girl) what? (announcer) motor trend's two thousand fourteen sport utility of the year. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. because what you don't know, can hurt you.urance. what if you didn't know that posting your travel plans online may attract
NBC
Nov 16, 2013 12:35am PST
never ard of over and -- >> in los angeles. no. i have a generator. l this is run by a ltle gasoline-powered generator. >> jimmy: all right. and inside the shoe, this is what inside. >> yh. it's a bunch oreally funny stuf >>immy: like keyboards and foot pedals and guitar >> yeah. this is my looper here. so i run all the instrumts out of looper then i've got two mics to be able to one with vocal effects. >> jimmy: what does a looper do? >> it just loops things continuous. >> jimmy: how ol. soou can just keep playing that music or and over again? >> you can change mes. and like add difrent sounds. >> jimmy: looper. ros, do you guys have a looper? >> oh, awesome. >> jimmy: curt, you have a looper? >> i have a looper. >> jimmy: can you ay your looper now that'sour looper there? n you show us how itorks? >> yeah. i think so. ♪ >> and then becae you're just by yourself you can adding and adding and then doing vocal stuff. ♪ >> jimmy: okay. all right. hey, hold on. we got it. we got it! [ cheers and appuse ] we get it! rson daly is alreadyn right now. i get in the zone man. >> jimmy:
MSNBC
Nov 15, 2013 4:00pm PST
. >>> a new low from dick cheney. let's play "hardball." >>> good evening i'm chris matthews out in los angeles. let me start tonight with this. the political right in this country has reached a new low, as i said. it has shown from the beginning that president obama doesn't deserve the decency accorded other american presidents. his enemies have called him an illegal immigrant, a street corner con artist, a fraud, a march yourian candidate brought to this country to undermine all we stand for. well, now dick cheney comes right out and calls him a liar when a right wing back bencher did that's four years ago he was called out for rebuke even by his own party. now what was condemned as historic bad behavior comes snarling out of dick cheney's mouth and nobody says to shut up. we can argue as we do here about the problems implementing the affordable care act. but is this, calling the president a liar, the new language of american politics? or is it a language specially treated for the country's first african-american president? is this president of a lower caste than those elected to the
PBS
Nov 15, 2013 11:00pm PST
products. that's why we're your retirement company. tavis: good evening. from los angeles, i am tavis smiley. charlie parker. his life was one of the most turbulent. the new book is called "kansas city lightning, the life and times of charlie parker your co- were glad you could join us. with stanleyn crouch, coming up.
FOX
Nov 15, 2013 5:00pm PST
was in custody. los angeles police say there's no indication that assemblyman mike's political role had anything to do with his father's killing. his office says the assemblyman is devastated over his father's death. 78-year-old joseph was shot and killed wednesday night. police say he may have interrupted a home burglary when he was shot. at this point no arrests have been made. >>> one way or another washington is promising to help millions of americans draw from their healthcare plans because of the affordable care act, but there is a big fight brewing over how to do that. >> the number of americans who had their health plans cancelled is in the millions, exponentially higher than those who receive coverage under obama care. >> a bill passed today by the house of representatives will allow people to keep their current healthcare plans. 39 democrats including john voted with republicans in favor of the bill, however, most democrats don't like it, and the white house says it already has a fix for the problem, and this new bill is an effort to dismantle the affordable care act. >> don't pretend
NBC
Nov 16, 2013 5:00am PST
bods discovered in the desert outside los angeles ends the nearly fourear search for the mcstay family and begins a homicide investigation. for relatives like mik mcstay, hope is now gone. >> it's not rlly the -- the outce we were looking for. >> reporter: detectives have positively identified jseph and summercstay and two boys gianni and joseph, we shall shallowl in a grave. they disappeared from their home in early 2010 and detectives say there was no sign of any struggle >> i'm hing so much fun. >> reporter: the mtay's car was discovered day after they disappeared near mexico. poce even released veo of what appears to be aamily ossing border but every lead, a dead d. >> whether or not they actually crossed theorder and then came ba, we are not sureyet. >> reporter: with the trail cold, was a passer-by who discovered skeletal remains in victorville thiseek. >> igives us courage to ow they areogether and they are in a better place. >> reporte near four years after they vanished, the mcsy's bodies have been recovered but the mystery in the desert is far from over. for "today," miguel
MSNBC
Nov 16, 2013 9:00am PST
witt. it's time for headlines at the half. the los angeles police department is investigating reports that the tsa officer wounded in a shooting attack at los angeles international airport waited 33 minutes for aid. a spokesman says attention was delayed by another officer told first responders that the victim was dead. >>> it took 200 firefighters two hours to get a massive fire under control in chicago. fire officials say a roofing crew using propane torches sparked the flames. no injuries were reported. >>> fewer american high school students are smoking cigarettes but more are smoking cigars, e cigarettes and hookahs. over all 23 percent of high school students said they had recently used a tobacco product at the time the survey was taken. >>> now to fix the problematic launch of obama care. the president meeting friday with ceos from the nation's biggest insurance carriers to hash out a remedy. that coming one day after the president acknowledged the problems are bogging down his signature legislation. >> i understand why folks are frustrated. i would be, too. ultimately i'm the
MSNBC
Nov 16, 2013 11:00am PST
the president. joe is live for us in los angeles. this is a really cool kid. >> yeah. an amazing kid. some pretty cool parents as well. they were in on this all along. and even they were overwhelmed by what happened yesterday. a lot of people don't realize this. but miles and his family, they're not from san francisco. they're from about six hours away, a farm town in northern california. so it was definitely something to see what happened on the streets of san francisco yesterday. certainly a day they'll never forget. it looked like a giant parade. but to fully understand why thousands filled the streets of san francisco, you must take a step back. and listen to the story of a boy with superhero strength. >> can i be batman? >> you get to be batman? 5-year-old miles spent the majority of his young life battling a villain named leukemia. >> he's beat an awful disease. so that makes him a hero to me. >> reporter: typically shy, the young cancer survivor comes alive wearing his batman costume. >> he's my favorite superhero. >> reporter: in fact, he always dreamed of becoming the caped crusad
CSPAN
Nov 16, 2013 12:00pm EST
prison in nebraska anden ended up in ohm aha -- and ended up in omaha instead of los angeles and he tried these things, he'd have been impaled on a pitchfork and stuck up in a field as a scarecrow. he was in the right places at the right time. how did that happen? so what i thought i'd do because you folks tonight, you've heard over and over during the years people's different versions of what happened on the nights of august 9th and 10th, 1969. i will tell you there's some new material in my book, because in the course of by interviewing quite a few -- of my interviewing quite a few people including patricia cent winkle who on the 25th anniversary of the murders has never given a full account of it, she explained it all in such depth, with such honesty, with such clarity that she ended up answering the final couple questions that the lapd has had about the murders all these years. so, yes, there's some new things. but most of all, if it's okay with you, i'd like to talk very briefly about four parts of this book, "charles manson: his life and the world he grew up in." let's begin with hi
CSPAN
Nov 16, 2013 8:50am EST
birmingham. the initial rallies of support in los angeles and new york in april 1963 spawned some 750 demonstrations in nearly 200 cities with the arrests of more than 15,000 protesters across the country. suddenly, a black rebellion was at hand. the kennedy administration was caught off guard. rather than the civil rights activists in birmingham, the president more concerned with actions of alabama's feisty governor who pledged to stand in the schoolhouse door to stop the federal courts from desegregating the state schools. kennedy feared another ole miss, and focused attentions on wallace rather than king. attorney generalobert kennedy compiled the alabama notebook, the documented state's corporate ceos to get them to pressure the governor to cool off. wallace wanted to heat things up, so he stole the scene away from birmingham, by staging an elaborate charade in tuscaloosa. june 11, 1963, he blocked the entrance of foster auditorium to prevent african-american students from entering the university of alabama. the governor choreographed an ela ela elaborate dance, when the nationali
CBS
Nov 16, 2013 5:00am PST
, torre and his wife created a foundation. he created a room for kids to go to a saysve place in los angeles. a safe place called margaret's place named after his mother. >> they can come in sit, read talk to each other, play games. basically they're comfortable with their environment and realize they're not alone and it's not their fault. i think that's what i felt. i think i thought i was causing what was going on in my home for some reason. >> torre now 73 is entering his third year as executive vice president of operations. commissioner selig is stepping down after next year. would you be interested? >> you know i'm interested in whatever's going to help baseball. i'm not tired. still like working, and as i say, if somebody wants me to help baseball in any way i can, this has been my life and i love it. >> reporter: baseball is a prominent legal drama right now with rodriguez, one of torre's former players. >> without rodriguez it is important that baseball get it right. >> i don't think there's any question. we're trying to gain the fans' trust back. i do
CNN
Nov 16, 2013 8:00am PST
believed to be their sons were buried in a shallow grave in the desert near los angeles. officials say all were killed but didn't give any more details than that. the mcstay family vanished are their san diego home in 2010, leaving bowls of popcorn out in the house. their car was found near mexico days later. >>> all right. lewd public comments, admissions of crack smoking and binge drinking all by the mayor of toronto. so is there any way this mayor and the city can salvage their reputations? i'll ask the man who wrote the book on crisis public relations. la's known definitely for its traffic, congestion, for the smog. but there are a lot of people that do ride the bus. and now that the buses are running on natural gas, they don't throw out as much pollution into the air. so i feel good. i feel like i'm doing my part to help out the environment. i got this. [thinking] is it that time? the son picks up the check? [thinking] i'm still working. he's retired. i hope he's saving. i hope he saved enough. who matters most to you says the most about you. at massmutual we're owned by our policyown
CSPAN
Nov 16, 2013 7:00am EST
page of "the los angeles house it says that the vote was the latest display of democratic anxiety. >> of the calls that are lined up, ron from pittsburgh, pennsylvania up first on our democrats line. ron, good morning. caller: i really think that the democrats are voting this way, a lot of them are trying to do what is politically expedient at the moment. rather than have real integrity and vote the way they really believe. at least that is a case of some of them. with others, i think mary landrieu is more conservative than people believe. inpis of limited these cases and these moments of truth really help that. think that means going forward as the base continues going forward with the affordable care act? really been has blown out of proportion. obviously it is a mistake on the democrats part that they didn't have this website working really well. that is too bad. i think this really has been blown way out of proportion including republicans who never wanted this to see the light of day. i can see why they didn't. if you're to go on the site and look at the plants, their wonderf
FOX News
Nov 16, 2013 3:00am PST
of the book crash course michael pratt joins us now from los angeles. thanks for coming on this morning. >> my pleasure. how did you find out that your son was struggling with addiction and what did you do initially? i first learned that my son using english teacher david has something he needs to tell you. when he told me he had eaten hallucinogenic america's newsrooms before his exam -- hallucinogenic mushrooms. what i didn't know he was actually already addicted to drugs. >> well, i'm reading here that 80% of kids they experiment with substances before they graduate before, a lot of parents at home are thinking what do i do? clearly head of the school, ed cared trying to be a good father. doubt notice it first how do they notice? right i didn't notice at first. i asked myself some times how could i be a educator and see so many kids struggle and not notice. adolescents who use drugs are quite adept at hiding it. they have a lot to hide. parents should look changes in behavior, changes in friendships. declining grades in school. lack of interest and what had interested their children before.
Telemundo
Nov 15, 2013 6:00pm PST
otra huelga por los trabajadores de la agencia de transito. take 2 box ---angel ayllon, en vivo, nos tiene mas detalles.. adelante angel. take angel live angel live in: 00;01;24;24;24 ---- out: 00;01;41;26 angel live cesar ---la junta directiva del cesar ---la junta directiva del puente golden gate, take vo analizo hoy un plan que podria aumentar el peaje para cruzar la estructura hasta en ocho dolares para 2018... ---la propuesta es a raiz de un nuevo analisis presupuestari o que proyecta un deficit de 148 millones de dolares para la fecha mecionada... take half slab ---en la reunion de hoy se acordo realizar reuniones publicas para el mes de enero que se llevaran a cabo en san francisco y los condados de marin y sonoma... ---de ser aprobado, el aumento de peajes entraria en vigor en abril del proximo aÑo. blanca ---hoy se realizo otra audiencia al adolescente acusado de prenderle fuego a un joven que viajaba en un autobus publico en oakland. take vo ---el abogado de richard thomas, dijo hoy a los medios que su defendido no deberia ser juzgado como adulto, porque su acto fue simple
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